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"The Office Party"
Season 2, episode # 14
# 36 overall in series (141 episodes)
"Maude" episode
Series: Maude
Network/Country: CBS-TV / U.S.
Air date December 18, 1973
Production code 215 (2x14)
Written by: Woody Kling
Directed by: Hal Cooper
Guest starring: Rue McClanahan
Brian Morrison
Henry Calvert
Helen Page Camp
Eddie Carroll
Fred Grandy
Jack Grimes
Samantha Harper
Woodrow Parfrey
Johnny Silver
Patsy Garrett
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The Office Party was the 14th episode of Season 2 of  Maude, and the 36th overall episode in the series. Directed by Hal Cooper, the episode, which was written by Woody Kling, originally aired on CBS-TV on December 18, 1973.

"The Office Party"
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Walter hosts his workers at his house for a holiday party. They give him some startling news; they plan on forming a union. Walter is furious and plans on firing everyone in on the plan, but he has someone else to answer to: Maude.


It's Christmas, and Walter decides to throw his employees a party at the house. Walter is so happy at how tight knit he and his people are, not unlike another business that's shut down because of a union strike. But during the party Maude learns that his people have decided to join a union and Maude thinks it's great. When Walter learns of this, he feels betrayed. He decides to fire them.

Cast (in Credits Order)[]

Main Cast[]

Guest Stars/Recurring Cast[]

  • Rue McClanahan as Vivian Cavender
  • Brian Morrison as Phillip traynor, Carol's son
  • Henry Calvert as Charlie
  • Helen Page Camp as Margaret
  • Eddie Carroll as Harry (as Eddy Carroll)
  • Fred Grandy as Chris, Carol's boyfrined
  • Jack Grimes as Henry Peterson
  • Samantha Harper as Edna
  • Woodrow Parfrey as Gus
  • Johnny Silver as Fred
  • Patsy Garrett as Helen (uncredited)

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